Freeez…

Title: I.O.U. (I Dub You)
Year: 1983
Genre: Classic Electro Synth Dance
Comment: Produced and remixed by Arthur Baker (see picture below)

Freeez – “I.O.U.” (I Dub You) (mp3)

 

Yarbrough & Peoples…

Title: I Wouldn’t Lie To You (Extended Version)
Year: 1986
Genre: Electronic Dance R&B, Synth Bassline Groove-Driving

Yarbrough & Peoples – “I Wouldn’t Lie To You” (Extended Version) (mp3)

 

Wuf Ticket…

Title: The Key (Dub 12-inch)
Year: 1983
Genre: Super Bad-Ass Electric Dance Funk Bassline, Vocoder, Synth-Stabbin’, Dub Echoe, Fierce SonOfaBitch

Wuf Ticket – “The Key” (Dub 12-inch) (mp3)

 

D-Train…

Title: You’re The One For Me (Vocal 12″)
Year: 1981
Genre: Bad-Ass Dance Electric Funk, Bassline Punchin’, Synth-Stabbin’

D-Train – “You’re The One For Me” (Vocal 12″) (mp3)

 

Hashmoder Presents 002: Linx & Madness

Linx…

Title: Intuition
Year: 1981
Genre: Black British R&B Pop

Links – “Intuition” (mp3)

 

Madness…

Title: Baggy Trousers
Year: 1980
Genre: Ska
Comment: You may know their 1978/79 stuff, such as “One Step Beyond” and “The Prince”. You should know their 1983 international smash hit “Our House (In the Middle Of The Street).” Baggy Trousers is another one of their hits known mostly in Europe but hardly in North America.

Madness – “Baggy Trousers” (mp3)

 

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I’m trying out a new format:

  1. First, I’ll pick two rare records from my vinyl collection.
  2. Second, I’ll record my voice through the vocoder, “Presented by Hashmoder.”
  3. Third, I’ll record the two records straight to MP3. Simple, quick and fierce. This way I can post blogs on Schitz more quickly and to the point.

From the private stash of my awesome vinyl collection, I present to you Chubb Rock and Fats Comet, below:

Chubb Rock…

Title: Ya Bad Chubbs (Cribs Mix)
Remixed by: Howie Tee
Year: 1989
Genre: House

Chubb Rock – “Ya Bad Chubbs” (Crib Mix) (mp3)

 

Doug Wimbish (featuring Fats Comet)…

Title: Don’t Forget That Beat
Year: 1985
Genre: Electronic Funk Drumbeat Industrial
Comment: Doug Wimbish is one bad-ass bassist. He collaborated with Fats Comet on this track. Both are from the UK. Their sound is like Art Of Noise meets Africa Bambaattaa meets Ministry (of 1985 sound).

Doug Wimbish [featuring Fats Comet] – Don’t Forget That Beat (mp3)

 

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